When Father's new clock keeps him awake, Edgar resolves to get rid of it.
However, Vivien gives him a really bad time when he has to find it again.
An RKO film
Regional News and Weather followed by The Flintstones
Surf in' Fred
Muscles rippling, hair blowing in the wind - when Fred climbs on a surfboard he really makes waves! (R)
Supermarket Pink Animal Crack-ups
String Along in Pink (R)
Regional News and Weather followed by The Muppet Babies I Want My Muppet TV
Created for television by JIM HENSON (R)
Jungle Medics Flea for Two
Weather followed by Children's BBC
Your holiday morning programmes with Simon Parkin starting with The Littlest Hobo
The Day of the Fugitive (R)
PAULA from the Liverpool gang arrives to see if the Cardiff lot can solve an impossible puzzle. MISTY cooks spicy fruit pancakes and BEN disappears. Producer DAVID J. EVANS BBC Wales
The Mummy's Curse with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden Jill Shilling
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE Producer TREVOR BOND
Director TERRY WARD (R)
Simon Parkin with your birthday greetings followed by Play School
The slow sweep of a broom The fast flick of a mop Look out, look out What could drop!
Presenters Floella Benjamin lain Lauchlan
Story: Ten Apples Up on Top by THEO LE SIEG
Illustrated by ROY MCKIE
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Graphics CLAIRE STANLEY
JOANNA CHEESE . FRANCESCA MALONE Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Roger Rees
The fifth of seven brief films, made on location in the Holy Land, which tell the story of the last days of Jesus on earth, using St Mark 's words from the Authorised Version of the Bible.
A Good Friday Meditation led by the Rt Rev Richard Harries , Bishop of Oxford.
He visits Jerusalem to trace the last days in Jesus' life along the Way of the Cross Reader JILL BALCON
Music by MEMBERS OF THE BBC NORTHERN SINGERS Organist SIMON LAWFORD Music producer
Producer NOEL VINCENT BBC North West
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with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Floella Benjamin
Today more from Alan in the designer garden. Editor STEVE WEDDLE
with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Paul receives an unexpected letter which turns his relationship with Susan upside down. Ted sees something which makes him see red.
This week's cast:
Written by CHRISTINE MCCOURT GREG MILLIN , JEFFREY TRUMAN REG WATSON Directed by RICHARD SARELL. GAYE ARNOLD
An animated adventure film featuring the voices of John Ritter, James Earl Jones, Harry Morgan, Victor Buono and James Gregory. It is a time between the waning Age of Magic and the dawning Age of Science. A century when wizards rule the earth and dragons rule the skies. An era when one man is brought back from the 20th century to help a group of goodly wizards recapture the Red Crown that empowers the evil Ommadon.
(First showing on British television)
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Virginia McKenna Bill Travers
Based on the bestselling books by Joy Adamson , Bom Free is one of the most famous and successful of all true-life adventure movies.
George Adamson , a senior game warden in Kenya, brings home three baby lion cubs whose mother he has shot. With his wife, Joy, he succeeds in rearing them and Joy becomes particularly attached to the smallest, Elsa.
Screenplay by GERALD L. c. COPLEY
Based on the books by JOY ADAMSON Produced by SAM JAFFE and PAUL RADIN Directed by JAMES HILL * FILMS: page 26
Esther Rantzen and Gavin Campbell introduce children whose moving and inspiring stories were the highlight of last autumn's Children in Need evening.
Co-editor ESTHER RANTZEN
Editor JOHN MORRELL (R) revised
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with Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Narrated by Hugh Falkus Once every four years
2 million brilliant red salmon reach the beautiful little
Adams River near the Rocky Mountains of Canada. Here they spawn and die in an extraordinary wildlife spectacle watched by a quarter of a million people. Their dramatic story of survival includes avoiding killer whales, fur seals, bears, sharks, ospreys and otters as well as man's fishing lines, nets, dams, pollution and finally involves a journey up Hell's Gate Canyon.
And much of this is seen from the salmon's point of view! Photography RICK ROSENTHAL Film editor CHRIS ORRELL Producer RICHARD BROCK BBC Bristol
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Tonight Terry's guests include international singing star and Oscar-nominated actress, Cher.
Director MAY MILLER
Producer JON PLOWMAN
starring Paul Daniels
Join in and compete with the contestants in Paul's comedy quiz show. Which one of the lucky couples will play for a major prize in the final game where Every Second Counts? Produced in association with TALBOT TELEVISION LTD and GROUP W PRODUCTIONS Programme associates
COLIN EDMONDS. HOWARD HUNTRIDGE Sound DAVID THOMPSON Lighting DON BABBAGE Designer PETER FINDLAY Director MICHAEL LEGGO Producer STANLEY APPEL
'Oyez! Oyez! An evening of food, drink and merriment is promised at the Carlton.' In doublet, hose and Elizabethan finery the rich and mighty of Denver gather for an Olde English Fair. But with Sean Rowan playing chief varlet there is much intrigue afoot and although Krystle may triumph in a 'struggle to the finish', it might be the Good Queen Alexis who laughs last....
Written by JAMES HARMON BROWN and BARBARA ESENSTEN
Directed by DON MEDFORD
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with Philip Hayton Regional News
Weekend Weather MICHAEL FISH
Written by RUPERT HASELDEN , from an idea
- by GURMEET KASBA
Rick has dreams ... dreams about 'M', the glamorous godmother of the Chicago underworld, and Sam, the handsome gumshoe, but most of all he dreams about escape.... escape from
St Rachel's and Matron.
Music MICHAEL STOREY Editor GERRY POMEROY
Photography COLIN MUNN Designer CHRIS PEMSEL Producer RUTH CALEB Director NIGEL FINCH
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Rossini's operatic setting of the 13th-century poem, which describes the agony of Christ's Mother at the foot of the cross, was written after Rossini had decided to retire early from composition, having become the most successful composer of opera of his time.
Suzanne Murphy (soprano) Sarah Walker (contralto) David Rendall (tenor) John Tomlinson (bass) BBC Welsh Chorus
BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra conducted and introduced by Owain Arwel Hughes
Recorded in Tewkesbury Abbey Lighting STAN JONES Sound GEOFF ATKINS Executive producer
HUW TREGELLES WILLIAMS
Director RODNEY GREENBERG
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Marilyn Monroe Don Murray
Marilyn Monroe , fresh from her training at the Actors' Studio in New York, successfully combines a brash exterior with a tender heart in this comedy about a hard-boiled 'chantoose' who is roped, tied and won by a naive Montana cowboy, played by Broadway actor Don Murray in his first major screen role.
Screenplay by GEORGE AXELROD
Based on the play by WILLIAM INGE Produced by BUDDY ADLER Directed by JOSHUA LOGAN
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